Transit-Oriented Development

Public transit not only gives riders a way to get to work, school or fun around town, but it can also be a catalyst for change and growth in the neighborhoods it serves through transit-oriented development.

Since 2011, more than $10.2 billion in commercial development has been announced, is under construction or completed within a half-mile radius of MetroLink stations across Missouri and Illinois.

Featured Project: Expo at Forest Park

Photo of a MetroLink train and a MetroBus traveling by the Expo at Forest Park mixed-use development

Construction has finished on Expo at Forest Park, a new $90 million mixed-use transit-oriented development in the Skinker-DeBaliviere neighborhood of the city of St. Louis.

Located along DeBaliviere Avenue, just north of Forest Park, it includes more than 278,000 square feet of residential and amenity space and 30,000 square feet of retail.

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Capital Projects

The Metro Transit system is an integral part of the bi-state area’s interconnected transportation network. Through our capital projects, Metro ensures that the region’s investment in transit infrastructure is properly maintained, and new developments contribute to stronger transit services and an enhanced experience for our customers.

Featured Project: Central West End Station Redesign

Photo of the east plaza entrance to the Central West End MetroLink Station

A project to improve the busiest station on the MetroLink light rail system – the Central West End MetroLink Station – has brought $7.5 million of enhancements to the transit system, funded by the Washington University School of Medicine and BJC Healthcare, in partnership with Metro Transit.

Now completed, the redesigned Central West End MetroLink Station offers new amenities, reduced congestion at the station, and improved safety and visibility.

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Transit Infrastructure & Projects: Section 106 Public Outreach

Metro Transit is regularly conducting improvement and maintenance projects to protect and grow the region’s transit system. Metro Transit is soliciting public comment about any impact proposed projects may have on nearby historic, cultural or archaeological sites, in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1996. Click here to learn more.

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